Photos are representational only.
Coined Pinball Machines
AC/DC, Transformers, Iron Man, Tron, Pirates of the Caribbean and Eight Ball Deluxe.
These machines are playable for a donation to PPM and are located outside the admission area for short-term visitors.
Pins on Display Only
Our vintage antique collection begins with the 1879 Montague Redgrave Parlor Bagatelle, and continues into the age of flipperless commercial machines with Automatic Industries Inc. 1931 Whiffle Board, Gottlieb 1931 Baffle Ball, Bally 1932 Ballyhoo, PAMCO’s 1935 Contact designed by Harry Williams, Rockola 1933 World's Fair Jigsaw, 1935 Genco Kings, 1936 Bally Bumper, and a 1940 Genco Metro.
Our collection of rarities includes a 1948 Gottlieb Cinderella (early flipper game), Big Time (bingo-style game), 1967 Rally West Club (from France), Tungo strength tester (25 cents per try), Bimbo the Clown, Fortune Teller, Ringer, and three visible pinball games: Surf Champ, Freedom (electromechanical) and Freedom (solid state).
Our extensive collection of playable woodrails are mostly on site courtesy of PPM board chairman Larry Zartarian.
Currently on site: 1948 Gottlieb Cinderella, Big Time (bingo), Joker, Flying High, Marble Queen, Crossroads, Grand Slam, Mystic Marvel, Gold Star, Dragonette, Derby Day, Spot-a-Card, Fun Fair.
Team One, Foto Finish, Corral, Egghead, 4 Roses, Cover Girl, Bonanza, North Star, Slick Chick, Jungle, King of Diamonds, Beat Time, Target Pool, 2001, 4 Square, Fireball, Jungle King, El Dorado, Wizard, Captain Fantastic, New York.
Special thanks to Mark Tufo, longtime PPM supporter and volunteer, for the generous donation of a 1977 Gottlieb Team One.
New Electro Mechanical Room
Dolly Parton, Pinbot, Flash, Space Station and Roller Disco.
Second EM Room
Pinball Pool, Royal Flush, Sea Witch, Time Machine, Centaur, Mystic, Lasercue and Charlie's Angels.
DMD Room (formerly the Lucky Ju Ju)
Blackwater 100, High Speed, Champion Pub, Earthshaker, High Roller Casino, Fun House, Road Show, Cyclone, Hurricane.
Revenge from Mars (Pinball 2000), The Simpsons, Creature From the Black Lagoon, Addams Family, Twilight Zone, CSI, Indiana Jones, Dr. Who, Party Zone, Dr. Dude.
Murals on Display
Front room: Joker by Ed Cassel (after Roy Parker); Midway room: Sky Raiders by Dan Fontes (after George Molentin); DMD room: Majorettes by Dan Fontes (after Roy Parker); EM room: Sea Ray by d'Arci Rhine with Rosie Morales (after Christian Marche); Card Whiz by Eric J. Kos with Jeannie Rodriguez (after Gordon Morison)
On Display in the Gallery
HITS FROM THE VINYL ARCADE
PPM board members Helmut and Deanna Jordt display their collection of album cover art featuring pinball as a theme through February 1.